EXCLUSIVE! By & by Pamela Avila & Spencer Lubitz | Sat., 14 Dec. 2019 4:43 PM Share Tweet Email Rodin Eckenroth/Getty Images Teddi Mellencamp is prepping for the arrival of her little one with the help of her gal pals. In case you missed it, the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star is expecting baby no. 3. The Bravo star and her husband announced the exciting news back in September on social media showing off her growing baby bump. "Life is full of miracles," she captioned her Instagram post. The 38-year-old is already mother to two children, 5-year-old son Cruz Arroyave and 7-year-old daughter Slate Arroyave. As her family gets ready for the arrival of a new baby girl, they're also basking in the last moments they'll have together as a family of four during this holiday season. Last night, Teddi, her husband and her children stepped out for the Disney on Ice Holiday Skating Party at the Staples … [Read more...] about Teddi Mellencamp Shares the Thoughtful Baby Gift Kyle Richards Gave Her
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By Shantanu Nandan Sharma It is 11 am on Thursday (December 12) and Guwahati is under curfew, imposed by the state government to curb the protest against the Citizenship Amendment Bill (CAB). A small group of protesters defy the curfew and attempt to gather at Guwahati’s Latasil playground — a venue for sporting events as well as Bihu celebrations. Police act quickly and push the crowd back. Soon, another group emerges from a bylane to join the first group. The protesters refuse to budge despite police’s appeal. The law-enforcers lathicharge. But a third group, fourth and a fifth group come from the bylanes to join the main group outside the ground. Police fire tear gas shells to disperse the crowd streaming in from the bylanes. Within half an hour, protesters’ numbers swell to around 8,000, forcing the security forces to step back. The crowd now manages to enter the Latasil ground. A helicopter and a drone are pressed into service to monitor the defiant … [Read more...] about What lies ahead for Assam which is steadfastly, and often violently, protesting the new citizenship act?
Moradabad & Hyderabad: Every Friday, Mohammed Yameen shuts his brassware shop in Moradabad’s Peerzada area — and keeps the day for his friends, family and God, not necessarily in that order. On December 13, the 50-year-old did not even go to the mosque for namaz. It was the Friday after the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill was passed by Parliament — the Lok Sabha passed it on December 9 and the Rajya Sabha on December 11. “After the bill was passed, I decided to do nothing else on Friday but find the papers that show this house was bought by my grandfather, who was born in Moradabad in undivided India,” says Yameen. His other worry is to secure papers that show his grandfather, Abdul Farid, was indeed his grandfather. Union Home Minister Amit Shah has said Indian Muslims have nothing to fear from the Citizenship (Amendment) Act or CAA, but Muslims in Uttar Pradesh — where they are 18% of the population, according to the 2011 Census — are … [Read more...] about From Moradabad to Hyderabad, Muslims worry about the impact of new citizenship law
NEW YORK (AP) — New York City will pay $625,000 to resolve a lawsuit filed by a mother whose toddler was yanked from her arms by police in a widely seen online video Jazmine Headley sued the city in August alleging trauma and humiliation and seeking unspecified damages over the December 2018 incident at a Brooklyn benefits office. In February, she testified before the city council, which offered her a public apology and passed legislation aimed at improving how people are treated at benefits offices and making the system more transparent. On Friday, the Law Department said the city will pay to resolve the lawsuit. “Through her intelligence, bravery, and grace, Jazmine Headley turned the worst ordeal of her life — and of any parent’s — into an opportunity for change for the entire city,” Headley’s lawyers, Katherine Rosenfeld and Emma Freeman said in a statement. On the video, police officers are seen pulling Headley’s 18-month-old son … [Read more...] about NYC paying $625K to mom whose baby was ripped away by police
At least 23 teenagers in the southern Indian state of Telangana have killed themselves since their school-leaving exam results were announced in April. BBC Telugu's Deepthi Bathini explains why the results have become controversial. Thota Vennela enjoyed cooking, watching comedy shows and eating street food. Her older brother, Venkatesh, 19, had recently taught her to ride his motorbike. "I was so happy that she could ride it like a professional biker. But sometimes I would follow her without her knowing to make sure that she was safe," he says. The siblings fought over the bike and played pranks on each other, but they were close. Venkatesh struggles to hold back tears as he pulls out his wallet to show his sister's photograph. On 18 April - the day she found out that she had failed her 12th class (school leaving) exams - Vennela consumed poison. She died hours later in a hospital. "She kept repeating, how could I fail?" recalls her mother, Sunitha. "We consoled her and told her it … [Read more...] about India school-leaving exam: The controversy that cost 23 lives